zillionaire


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zil·lion·aire

 (zĭl′yə-nâr′)
n. Informal
One having an immense, incalculable amount of wealth.

zillionaire

(ˌzɪljəˈnɛə)
n
a person who has an extremely large but unspecified amount of money
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Robert Kraft, the owner of the Super Bowl champion Boston Patriots and maybe the most beloved zillionaire in America, has been attacked for being a friend of Donald Trump, not so beloved by the liberal elites and their children.
Malek always sort of lived in his own world which he created in his mind where he was the zillionaire , the world president, the astronaut , the Oscar winning actor and the loving father for eight children living in Beverly Hills.
To turn John le Carre's high-stakes espionage yarn into a complete TV thought, Farr shifted the action from 1990s Colombia to contemporary Egypt's "Arab Spring," and teased out a tight cat-and-mouse between an ordinary hotel manager and a wicked zillionaire arms broker.
After the brief marriage, Perkins himself wrote a novel: "Sex and the Single Zillionaire," published in 2006.
The Zillionaire album edged into the UK top 40, but another of its songs became ABC's biggest US hit - Be Near Me reaching No9 in the main listings and No1 in the dance chart.
GAZETTE writer Anthony Vickers takes a look at the biggest talking points of the match: | BE careful what you wish for - Part 17 Over the painful past few years of frustration as the club has struggled in the shadow of Eindhoven, many Boro fans have demanded that Steve Gibson sell up to one of the many zillionaire chancers they think are queuing up to buy Boro.
If I had a pound for every second I spent in a checkout or 'please pay here' queue, I would have enough cash to buy out Amazon and become a zillionaire.
But the self-made zillionaire obviously knows how to run a business - that's how he got rich.
If I had the technical knowhow I'd invent a ballfinder, patent it and retire a zillionaire.
The portrait of a French coquette perched on a narrow banquette measures just 22 x 30 inches--a mere sliver of paint and canvas compared to the au courant dimensions demanded by young zillionaire collectors, and just a fraction of the stupendous mural size of Ventura's million-dollar work.
Let's see the next trial for racist abuse hinge on an issue worthier than whether it's acceptable for one zillionaire footballer to say, "I've ***ed yer missus", but not for another to use the word "black", however much it was done "ironically".
Yet her stoicism is compromised when a series of coincidences lead her into the fiendish plot, apparently hatched by heartless zillionaire Paul Denezza and a few of the ship's colorless crew -- and plunge her into a sensual longing that challenges everything she has come to believe.